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... awe inspiring as Yosemite.
Tomorrow we go on a tour of the parts of the park that you are not allowed to walk in because of the bear and wolves.
I will get the pictures in as soon as I can- I hope some of them came out. so far this trip is everything I dreamed it could be and so much more. I ahve no repsonsibilities and nothing to do but lose myself in the beauty of every minute- amazing. I feel like the mountains are holding me - that makes no sense- but there it ...
... it is way out of our price range. We also took a lovely walk along the water. You have to stay on the trail and you can't go too close to the water because the mud flats near the water are extremely dangerous. The bottom layer under the mud is glacial silt and you can easily sink in and get trapped-it behaves like quick sand. the tour guide told us that every year some people die on hte flats. Also they ahve the largest tide ...
... today. we are jsut going to walk around ankorage, relax and try to get more or less onto local time. Time - now that will be hard to adjust to here- by the time we got our luggage, got to our shuttle,got to the hotel, put out bags down ad went out to get something to eat it was about 10pm and it was broad daylight out!!!!!! we finally got to bed around 11 local time a nd it was still broad daylight! I pulled ...
6 AM, our latest adventure begins. This morning we fly to Boston then one to Reyjkavik, Iceland. After a few days in Iceland, we head to Switzerland for a couple of weeks
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... at the mountains or at the beaches. I especially loved the mountains and still do. My office had all those cheap posters of water falls, and on this trip we visited some old ones and some new.
My most healing visit was to the campus of Duke. I went there as an undergraduate, from ’67-’69. I left the fall after the National Guard came onto campus and used tear gas, ...
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